Osage Nation Museum & Osage Nation Prevention Program to Host Second Outdoor Movie Night

Published August 26, 2017

PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA – The Osage Nation Museum (ONM) and the Osage Nation Prevention Program (ONPP) are pleased to host the second in a series of four outdoor fun nights. A Night at the Museum: Outdoor Movie Series will continue on Friday, September 1st beginning at sundown (8:00 PM– 8:30 PM). The featured film is the Disney’s, “The Jungle Book,” a fun filled adventure that will entertain adults and children alike.

Outdoor movie events provide an opportunity for families and friends to enjoy the outdoors while watching movies on the big screen and learn about all that ONM has to offer. Every movie night is free and open to the public.

It is recommended that attendees bring blankets or lawn chairs for seating and arrive with plenty of time to park and get settled in prior to show time. Ah Tha Tse Catering will be on site selling concessions.  Free water will be provided courtesy of Osage Casinos and the Tulsa Akdar Shriners will be providing free popcorn. The series will be held at the ONM lawn located at 819 Grandview Avenue in Pawhuska, Okla.

Follow ONM on Facebook for reminders and to stay informed about more upcoming events and educational opportunities at ONM. Use the hashtag #weloveONM to post about events and information.

To learn more, please call or email Hallie Winter at 918/287-5441 or [email protected].

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